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Cedar Point Discount Tickets:
Adult Single Day Ticket: $49.99
Junior/Senior Single Day Ticket: $39.99
Ride & Slide Two-Day/Two Park Ticket: $89.99
Adult Single Day Ticket: $47.99 (Save $12!)
Junior/Senior Single Day Ticket: $37.46
Ride & Slide Two-Day/Two Park Ticket: $80.99 (Save $9.00!)
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Adult Single Day Ticket: $44.99 (Save $10!)
Ride & Slide Two-Day/Two Park Ticket: $89.99
Cedar Point 2015 Prices:
2015 Cedar Point Ticket Prices:
Regular Admission: $62.00
Children 2 & Under: FREE
Two Day Ride and Slide Ticket:
Regular Admission: $89.99
After 4pm Ticket:
As low as: 37.99
The Point Online has used information from past visits to produce our 2016 crowd expectations, however, we do not guarantee that the information will be accurate. The expectations are based solely on our opinions and personal experiences. There are many different reasons that could make the park more or less crowded than expected. For more detailed information on planning your trip, please ask one of our experts on our Cedar Point Forums.
If possible, it is always best to spend two days at Cedar Point, as many people underestimate the size and time it will take to experience everything. We suggest staying at a nearby Sandusky hotel while visiting to maximize your trip and purchasing Experience the Point: Unofficial Guidebook to Cedar Point for even more information.
Will Cedar Point be busy this weekend? View the date below to check Cedar Point crowds.
The Point Online has used information from past visits to produce our 2016 crowd expectations, however, we do not guarantee that the information will be accurate. The expectations are based solely on our opinions and personal experiences. There are many different reasons that could make the park more or less crowded than expected. For more detailed information on planning your trip, please ask one of our experts on our Cedar Point Forums
Days in which rain is in the forecast, the park will be less crowded, especially when it may rain in the morning. When it stops raining in the early afternoon, the park is less crowded that evening. On sunny and warm days, the park will be more crowded. If possible, it is always best to spend two days at Cedar Point, as many people underestimate the size and time it will take to experience everything. We suggest staying at a nearby Sandusky hotel while visiting to maximize your trip and purchasing Experience the Point: Unofficial Guidebook to Cedar Point for even more information.
Will Cedar Point be busy this weekend? View the date below to check Cedar Point crowds. What is Cedar Point attendance? Cedar Point crowd expectations are below, but actual attendance numbers are not public. What is the least crowded day at Cedar Point? Typically weekdays are the least crowded day.
Cedar Point will name a roller coaster The King for LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers. Cedar Point will rename a roller coaster if LeBron James returns to the Cavs.
What roller coaster will Cedar Point rename? Cedar Point has not announced which roller coaster will be renamed. The possibilities include Blue Streak, Cedar Creek Mine Ride, Corkscrew, GateKeeper, Gemini, Iron Dragon, Magnum, Mantis, Maverick, Mean Streak, Millennium Force, Raptor, Top Thrill Dragster, Wicked Twister, Wilderness Run, and Woodstock Express. The top contending names to be changed are Mine Ride, Corkscrew, Iron Dragon, Mean Streak, and Wicked Twister.
While some may be surprised to hear Cedar Point offering to change a name of a roller coaster, it is not surprising from a marketing perspective. Cedar Point has several roller coasters that do not have large fan-followings that would be upset in a renaming. Even if Cedar Point does not rename a roller coaster, the free marketing receiving from the Twitter announcement offers plenty of incentive.
Will Cedar Point be crowded on July 4? Is July 4 at Cedar Point crowded? How busy is Cedar Point? Does Cedar Point have Independence Day fireworks? These questions are typical to be asked the week before Memorial Day.
The answer is simple: Yes, Cedar Point will be crowded.
According to The Point Online’s Cedar Point Crowd Calendar, Cedar Point will be have heavy to very heavy crowds over July 4th Weekend, with Friday, Saturday, and Sunday all being extremely busy. If traveling to Cedar Point for July 4th, we highly recommend visiting the park two days and getting a hotel in Sandusky to ensure you can experience everything at the park and to avoid the traffic.
For further information, ask our experts at www.cpforums.com.
Is the Cedar Point Beach free? How do I get to Cedar Point Beach? How much does Cedar Point Beach cost?
The Cedar Point Beach, one of the most renowned beaches on Lake Erie, is free to visit and does not require admission to Cedar Point. Visitors are required to pay to park at the Cedar Point toll booth, but then do not have any additional charges. Drivers simply keep to the left after the toll-booths and drive on Perimeter Road around to the back of the peninsula and park in the Soak City parking lot. From there it is just a short walk to the beach!
Today Cedar Point is known for record breaking roller coasters and some of the most intense thrill rides in the world; however, this was not always the case for our beloved park. It once was a quaint beach resort known for the large groves of cedar trees that outlined the peninsula. Dating all the way back to 1870, Cedar Point first started as a bathing beach with small attractions and gradually turned in the Cedar Point we know today.
It’s tradition of being an old-fashion park and having the latest amusement rides makes Cedar Point unique from most parks. Today over three million people, from around the globe, visit Cedar Point every year finding themselves surrounded by it’s collection of roller coasters, rides, history, and natural beauty. This once tree covered peninsula is now one of the largest and most successful amusement parks in the world.
It is our mission at The Point Online to preserve and share as many artifacts from Cedar Point’s diverse history with the world. Our archives include postcards, brochures, banners, glasses, letters and so many more one-of-a-kind items. We hope you will enjoy our collection as we share a small portion of it online. Please click a link or tag below to start discovering Cedar Point’s history.
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Cedar Point’s newest addition for the 2013 is GateKeeper, a 170 foot tall Wing Ringer Roller Coasters. Unlike Cedar Point’s other roller coasters, riders on Gate Keeper will sit next to the track, instead of above or below. Here are the details you need to know when planning your trip to Cedar Point about GateKeeper.
What is the GateKeeper height requirement?
The GateKeeper height requirement is expected to be 52″. Guests will need to be at least 52″ inches to ride GateKeeper. Cedar Point has not officially announced this requirement, but this is the standard height restriction on similar roller coasters throughout the world.
When’s the best time to ride GateKeeper?
If possible, ride GateKeeper within the first 30 minutes of the park opening. If you are not able to get to the park before 9:30am, we recommend you experience other attractions first and return to GateKeeper later in the day. Due GateKeeper’s location at the front of the park, and being a popular new ride, the majority of guests will get in line first for GateKeeper. By returning in the mid to late afternoon, many other guests will have already experienced GateKeeper and will be enjoying other rides at this point.
GateKeeper Photo Gallery:
The Double Ferris Wheel at Cedar Point.
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